The Most Magnificent Mosque

The Most Magnificent Mosque

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Visitors to the mosque at Cordoba are plagued by the tricks of three naughty boys: Muslim Rashid, Jewish Samuel, and Christian Miguel. As punishment, the boys are forced to work in the mosque gardens, where they develop a deep sense of the building's beauty and significance. Years later, when the Christian king threatens to demolish the Islamic mosque and build a church in its place, the three friends reunite to hatch a plan to save the great mosque. Ann Jungman's moving story and Shelley Fowles's captivating images show how cooperation and respect for others can lead to great things.
Publisher: London : Frances Lincoln, 2004
ISBN: 9781845070120
Branch Call Number: jP Jungman
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Fowles, Shelley


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